2017 may technically be the Year of the Rooster but for anyone who grew up in the 90’s watching The Disney Afternoon, perhaps Year of the Duck is more fitting. Announced last year, fans have eagerly awaiting details on what to expect from this new DuckTales reboot. DisneyXD has already been in full swing with […]
Face front, True Believers! Marvel is making its big Legacy announcement and its a series of covers that homage great Marvel covers of the past, from the Silver Age to the brief Auteur Era. The Legacy relaunch will follow a 50 page one shot. The revamped Marvel line-up will include reverting to old numbers on […]
Over the past few weeks, DC has published a number of crossover titles that pit their superhero lineup (with luminaries like The Legion of Super-Heroes, Wonder Woman, Martian Manhunter, and Lobo) against the zany Looney Tunes stars (Bugs Bunny, The Tazmanian Devil, Marvin the Martian, and Road Runner respectively). They’ve produced some pretty fun books […]
Check out this brutal Mike McKone cover for Deadpool kills the Marvel U again and other Fried Pie variant covers.
Legacy is the big Marvel…one shot or event or singularity that will bring everyone home. If this email I just got can be believed it will affect “Every Hero! Every Title! Every Story!” It will also be Honoring the Past while Proudly Stepping Towards the Future It’s also a new dawn. Get ready for […]
Via their amazing Library newsletter! (Copied verbatim.) ALA ANNUAL CONFERENCE & EXHIBITION CHICAGO JUNE 22-27, 2017 Image Comics is on its way to Chicago for the American Library Association’s Annual Conference, and our calendar is packed! We have signings, panel discussions, and creator appearances galore, and as always, attendees can drop by our booth for review copies, […]
When it comes to adapting beloved comic book series, translating the language of mediums and appeasing fans of the source material leaves a miscule amount of room for exploration. In its first season, AMC’s Preacher clutched the soul of Garth Ennis and the late Steve Dillion’s celebrated series, while changing things that would’ve hindered the […]
The Fantastic Four are moving around around in the Marvel bullpen. Long sidelined in the comics due to their movie rights being controlled by another studio – and the movies being very bad – they haven’t been published in comics form for a while, a sad decline for the book that actually launched the […]
Chip Zdarsky and Adam Kubert are finally getting the keys to Spider-Man. Their new series is the second ongoing Spider-Man book featuring Peter Parker currently published as Zdarsky and Kubert are going to have to really show off why this one is a little bit different from the flagship Spidey title! Oh yeah, Marvel also has […]
Alex Lu reviews Stjepan Sejic’s artistic debut on Aquaman and answers the question that’s on everyone’s mind: how are these Looney Tunes crossovers?!